OnePlus Nord N10 5G is headed to the US, priced under $400

Vlad, 16 September 2020

OnePlus joined the mid-range fray this year with the Nord smartphone, and yet that model isn't available in the US - and it looks like we now know the reason why.

According to a new rumor, the company is preparing another handset with Nord branding for launch in the States, and this one will be a bit different. Meet the OnePlus Nord N10 5G. We still don't have any leaked images of it (what you see below is the Nord), but some specs have surfaced today.

OnePlus Nord N10 5G is headed to the US, priced under $400

Unlike the international Nord, that has the Snapdragon 765 SoC at the helm, the Nord N10 5G is going to be powered by the upcoming Snapdragon 690 chipset, which will be Qualcomm's first 6-series offering with 5G support (and we assume this means it will be cheaper than the 765). The base model will have 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.

The Nord N10 will have a 90 Hz FHD+ screen like the Nord, with a slightly different size: 6.49". It will swap the 48 MP main rear camera for a 64 MP unit though. Joining the main shooter will be an 8 MP ultrawide and two 2 MP "auxiliary sensors" (don't call them "useless").

OnePlus Nord N10 5G is headed to the US, priced under $400

The new phone is expected to launch shortly after the OnePlus 8T, which rumor has it will see the light of day in late September or early October. The Nord N10 will be sold for under $400. OnePlus is also preparing an entry-level model for its ever-expanding lineup, a handset that will go for around $200. This one should arrive later in the year.



Reader comments

  • Anonymous
  • 20 Sep 2020
  • g4V

Why are people complaining, just look at any video about the Nord and you’ll find it’s a good phone with better performance.... also who buys a phone based on what other people think? Sheesh

Agree those names are not suitable for the US market.

  • Anonymous
  • 18 Sep 2020
  • Y7u

Exactly. This is just another cheap, generic Chinese smartphone with a low-end/mid-range Qualcomm SoC and a bunch of mediocre cameras. We have far better, cheaper options here like the 4a and the 2020 SE. Keep these kinds of monotonous crap in Asia w...

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